Kristin Nicole RothDavis
Inner Reflections - Poem by Kristin Nicole RothDavis
Resignated, her mind escapes from all,
gazing the mirrored surface, she exhales.
Her self beauty reflected instant thrall,
a dual self image copies and excels.
She sees a stunning woman with desire,
fingers trace the outline of her silk breasts.
Eyes draw her into the passionate fire,
she strives to indulge this inner bequest.
Gently flicks the soft crevice while she watched,
her expression unleashes the trapped one.
Dismissing all past time reasons botched,
moans and sighs of self pleasures have begun.
Suddenly becomes drenched with one leg hiked,
an all new experience she received.
Her body trembles while she is psyched,
now untapped she is finally relieved.
The victorian reflects much wiser,
journalized she became her own adviser.
Copyright © 11-02-07 9: 30pm, Kristin Roth-Davis
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